Thomas Cash Jorling (1940- ) Papers 1963-1988

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II. Classes
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2 1 Materials re: Land Ethic, possibly for a class, c. 1980.


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Syllabus for Environmental Studies course at Oberlin College, found with ENVI 101 materials,1985.
ENVI 101 (c. 1977):
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2 3 Exam Questions.
  4 Class #25 "Introduction"
  5 Class #24 "Human Impacts"
  6 Class #23 "Ecosystem Structure"
  7 Class #22 "Ecosystem Function"
  8 Class #21 "Population"
  9 Class #20 "Land Use/Food"
  10 Class #19 "Land Use/ Public Trust Lands"
  11 Class #18 "Land Use/ Urbanization"
  12 Class #17 "Economics of Land Use"
  13 Class #15 "Resources/ Materials"
  14 Class #14 "Resources/ Energy"
  15 Class #12 "Resources/ Oceans"
  16 Class #11 "Resources/ Water"
  17 Class #6 "Economics of Growth"
  18 Class #5 "Environmental Law"
ENVI 101 (c. 1980):
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2 19 Class #37 "Biosphere Issues/ Purpose"
  20 Class #36 "Ecosystem Structure"
  21 Class #35 "Ecosystem Function"
  22 Class #34 "Ecosystem Change"
  23 Class #33 "Endangerment/ Diversity"
  24 Class #32 "Population Dynamics"
  25 Class #31 "Population Control"
  26 Class #30 "Resource Issues- Agriculture"
  27 Class #29 "Land/ Urban"
  28 Class #28 "Forest/ Wilderness"
  29 Class #27 "Resource Issues- Non-Renewable"
  30 Class #26 "Resource Issues- Housing"
  31 Class #22 "Water I: Supply"
  32 Class #21 "Water II: Pollution"
  33 Class #20 "Oceans"
  34 Class #16 "Chemicals I"
  35 Class #14 "Transportation"
  36 Class #13 "Policy Issues I: The Commons"
  37 Class #12 "Technology: Big, Small, and Appropriate"
  38 Class #11 "Limits/ Growth"
  39 Class #10 "Health"
  40 Class #9 "Law"
  41 Class #8 "Planning"
  42 Class #7 "Economics"
  43 Class #6 "Equity"
  44 Class #5 "Methods of Analysis I: NEPA"
  45 Class #3 "Politics"
  46 Class #2 "International Dimensions"
  47 Class #1 "Ethics"
ENVI 101 (1981-82):
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2 48 Syllabi, exams, and assignments.
ENVI 205 "Energy" (1980):
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2 49 Overhead slides, notes.
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  51 Sampling of unannotated class reading assignments.
  52 Sampling of annotated class readings
  53 CERCLA-related materials
ENVI 203 "Energy" (formerly ENVI 205), 1980's, team-taught by Jorling, Roger Bolton, David Dethier, Bill Moomaw, and M.L. Smith in 1983; and by Jorling, Bolton, Bill Fox, and Moomaw in 1985:
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3 1 Syllabi, hand-outs, assignments, and exams, 1981, 1983, 1985.
  2 Jorling notes on lectures for this team-taught course, 1983.
  3 Introductory statements, c. 1985.
  4 Background data and overheads, c. 1985.
  5 Pertinent news clippings kept by Jorling, c. 1985.
  6 Government and NGO publications, probably used as background material, c. 1985.
  7 Notes and reports on nuclear energy and proliferation, c. 1985.
  8 Notes and clippings on air pollution, c. 1985.
  9 Notes on energy alternatives/ future, c. 1985.
  10 Notes on class presentations by students, c. 1985.
  11 Selection of annotated readings, c. 1985.
  12 Notes on Moomaw's lectures on the mechanics of energy, c. 1985.
  13 Notes on Fox's geology-focused sessions, c. 1985.
  14 Notes for Jorling's policy classes, c. 1985.
  15 Articles, letters, and notes on Bolton's economics sessions, c. 1985.
ENVI/REL 224 "Nuclear War: History, Ethics, and the Environment," team- taught by Jorling and John Eusden:
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3 16 Syllabi and exams, 1985-86.
  17 Organizational Materials and student introductory letters, c. 1985.
  18 Slide set descriptions, c. 1985.
  19 Loose overhead slides, c. 1985.
  20 Assorted handouts, c. 1985.
  21 Article clippings and background papers, c. 1985.
  22 Newspaper clippings, c. 1985.
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  25 Loose publications, c. 1985.
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  27 Class #25 "Introduction," c.1985.
  28 Class #24 ""Current Military Preparation for Nuclear War I: Strategic Inventory and Circumstances," c. 1985.
  29 Class #23 "Ethical Perspectives: Philosophical and Religious," c. 1985.
  30 Class #22 "Current Military Preparation for Nuclear War II: Command and Control," c.1985.
  31 Class #21 "War Concepts and Ethics: Historical Western"
  32 Class #20 "Discussion of 'Pastoral letter' with reference to people involved in the development of nuclear weapons," c. 1985.
  33 Class #19 "Nuclear War: Holocaust or Apocalypse?" c. 1985.
  34 Class #17 "Dynamics of Weapons Development I: Research and Development of Technology," c. 1985.
  35 Class #16 "War Concepts and Ethics: Historical Eastern," c. 1985.
  36 Class #15 "Consequences of Nuclear War I: Acute Effects," c. 1985.
  37 Class #9 "Diplomacy and Arms Control- Current," c. 1985.
  38 Class #6 "The Individual in the Nuclear War Era: Ethical and Spiritual Dilemmas," c. 1985.
  39 Class #4 "Future Trends in Weapons Systems Technology," c. 1985.
  40 Class #3 "Future Trends in Nuclear Weapons Technology: Implications for Policy and Ethics," c. 1985.
  41 Class #2, Part I. "Ethical Dilemmas of Citizens Facing the Future," c.1985.
  42 Class #2, Part II. "SALT I and II Agreements and the Non-Proliferation Treaty," c. 1985.
  43 Class #1 "Conclusion," c. 1985.
  44 Miscellaneous notes, c. 1985.
  45 Assorted noted found with syllabus, Fall 1986.
ENVI/PSCI 317 "Environmental Law," previously ENVI 340:
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3 46 Final exam, 1981.
  47 Syllabus, mid-term, and final exams, Fall 1983.
  48 Syllabi and exams, 1984-86.
  49 Assorted class notes, c. 1984-86.
  50 Assorted readings, c. 1984-86.
  51 Court decisions, c. 1984-86.
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ENVI/PSCI 340, later ENVI 317:
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4 1 Syllabus (1976), notes, and case list, 1974 and 1976.
  2 Exams and Exercises, 1974 and 1976.
  3 Assorted case briefings, 1974 and 1976.
ENVI 341 "Land Use Controls":
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4 4 Syllabi, exam, and annotated exercises, 1974-75.
  5 Notes and readings, c. 1976.
  6 Mid-term, final exams, and syllabus for a similar course, 1984-85.
ENVI 390 "International Environmental Issues" (1986):
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4 7 General notes and report.
  8 CO2 articles.
  9 De-forestation/ wood fuel hand-outs and articles.
  10 Development Issues: articles, news clippings, and hand-outs/slides.
  11 Development Issues: research reports.
  12 International Organizations: articles, clippings, and notes.
  13 Law of the Sea: articles, resolutions, and notes.
  14 Pesticide articles.
  15 Transboundary Issues: articles.
  16 Maps and articles on Antarctica.
  17 Bhopal: notes and articles.
  18 Bhopal: news clippings.
  19 Latin America: news clippings.
ENVI 403 (Senior seminar, titled "Man and His Environment" and later "The Environment, the Individual, and Society"):
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4 20 Syllabi and supplemental readings list, 1972-73.
  21 Notes and readings on education, 1973.
  22 Syllabi and supplemental reading list, 1980-81, 1983, and 1985-86.
  23 Hand-outs and overhead slides, c. 1985.
  24 Annotated course readings, c. 1985.
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  26 News clippings, c. 1985.
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  28 Background readings, c. 1985.
  29 Class #24 "Introduction/Purpose," c. 1985.
  30 Classes #23 & 22 "Origins of the Universe," c. 1985.
  31 Classes #21 & 20 "Basics Processes" and "Patterns and Trends," c. 1985.
  32 Classes #19 & 18 "Enter Man: Heredity - Nature/Nurture" and "Selection and Man, Health, and Evolution," c. 1985.
  33 Class #17 "Mental Faculties, Population Unit Dynamics," c. 1985.
  34 Classes #16-12 "Man's Contemporary Evolution, I-V," c. 1985.
  35 Classes #11 & 10 "Implications for the Future, I and II," c. 1985.
  36 Classes #9-4 "Futures, I-VI," c. 1985.
  37 Classes #3-1 "Politics and Technology I and II" and "Wrap-up," c. 1985.
WSP "New England and the Sea" (January 1985):
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4 38 Organizational materials and assignments.
  39 Overhead slides.
  40 Assorted class notes.
  41 Assorted class readings.
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